Legal Help If Your Car Was Rear-Ended

In a rear-end collision, the evidence of a negligent driver's responsibility is clearer than in any other kind of traffic accident.

Typically, the vehicle that was struck was situated at a stop light, stop sign or moving slowly in traffic. And yet, despite clear evidence of negligence, a rear-end accident victim's injuries may be extremely difficult to prove because of the nature of crash dynamics. Minor damage to a vehicle can still mean major injury to a driver or passenger.

Richard D. Weaver, founding attorney of The Weaver Law Firm in Houston, excels at investigation of your rear-end crash in Harris County, San Antonio or elsewhere in South Texas. He uses the facts of your case to negotiate a settlement with the insurance company for the motorist responsible for your accident and your injuries — or a loved one's wrongful death.

If those discussions are not productive and your case merits trial, you can count on Richard D. Weaver's years of successful trial experience to offer your best chance for a positive outcome: maximum financial compensation to recover lost wages, medical expenses and compensation for your pain, suffering, and emotional trauma.

With Richard D. Weaver as your lawyer, you know that you will always be presented with the options you need to help make sound decisions for your personal injury case. Contact The Weaver Law Firm when a sudden, jarring rear-end crash interrupts your life.

Your initial consultation is free of charge. We can come to your home or hospital to speak with you if necessary. You owe no attorney fee unless we win or settle your case.

Dedicated To Obtaining the Financial Compensation You Deserve

Did you suffer from one or more of these kinds of injuries in your rear-end traffic accident?

  • Soft tissue injuries, such as whiplash or disc damage
  • Closed head injury caused by air bag deployment
  • Carpal tunnel injury due to bracing at the wheel, to prepare for the impact
  • Ankle and knee injuries from the flexing of legs and bracing against impact
  • Chest injury from airbag deployment or from hitting the steering wheel

Rear-end collisions are most often the result of distracted driving during a cellphone conversation or text messaging, or drunk driving. We can discuss factors like these at your free initial consultation with The Weaver Law Firm. Contact Richard D. Weaver at our Houston law office — 713-454-7875. Your email message will be responded to promptly.

Se habla español: Spanish-speaking services are available at our law office.